Lessons for Algebraic Thinking, Grades 3–5
Incorporating manipulative materials, children’s books, and problem-solving investigations, these lessons actively engage students in creating, recognizing, describing, and extending patterns, and representing patterns with words, tables, variables, and graphs. The lessons also introduce students to solving equations and plotting points.
This book is part of the Lessons for Algebraic Thinking®, Complete Series.
Maryann Wickett, Katharine Kharas, and Marilyn Burns
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